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from spy guy scandals to health care chaos! >> we fumbled the rollout on this health care plan. >> from an electric car that went zoom to a falling star that went boom! from miley gone mad to canadians gone crazy. >> the stress is largely of my own making. >> ain't nobody got time for that. >> 2013 was a bumpy road. and for the next hour, we'll take a wild ride through the year with our guests from mtv and sirius xm, sway callaway,
miss america and a chef and a record holding jeopardy champion and author of "because i said so" ken jennings. from cnn's "cross fire," s.e. cupp. van jones and from "new day" michaela pererira. buckle up! it's ac 360s all the best, all the worse of 2013. welcome. i'm tom foreman. and there is no road map for a year like this one. in politics, international affairs, sports, music, movies, and so much more, it seemed at any moment like we were going to spin completely out of control, but it is fun to look back on. so start your engines. here we go. >> oh, my goodness. i don't even know where to begin. >> 2013 was a roller coaster year. >> oh, my god.
>> felt like a lot of things were happening like a tectonic plate was shifting. >> let's start with some of the best big news, especially for the planet's one billion catholics, a new pope. >> the pope's a rock star now. >> benedict bowed out to make room for former nightclub bouncer pope francis, who won the hearts of catholics and non-catholics alike. >> in this age of kim kardashian and anthony wiener. >> it takes one to know one, jackass! >> it was incredible to celebrate humility for a moment. >> you can be conservative but you don't have to make everybody mad. >> suddenly i'm aware i'm in a see through dress talking about the pope but it's i'm sure he could put that aside and forgive
me. >> so much seemed unforgivable or unforgettable in the world from the train crashes to the raging civil war in syria to the nairobi mall attack and the typhoon that ripped through the philippines. but the worst surprise came closer to home. >> something just blew up -- run! go! >> the boston marathon bombings. >> i'm a new yorker, so it's very reminiscent of that eerie 9/11 feeling of shock and you can't believe this is happening and why, i think, is the biggest question. >> the manhunt for the tsarnaev brothers gave few answers. even if it was the worst "rolling stones" cover of the brother. >> made him feel like a rock star. i thought it was cheap and a way to grab sensationalism. >> but that didn't stop the best
comeback. >> this is our [ bleep ] city. >> when the boston red sox won the world series that region really needed that boost and that uplift. and still to this day, i really salute boston. >> there she is! >> worst and best crime story. the escape of three women in cleveland after years of being secretly held captive and tormented in the home of ariel castro. >> i am glad they got the guy but the victims will never be the same. what a terrible story. >> castro killed himself and the house was torn down. not soon enough for many. >> people just wanted to go over there and stomp on the dirt. you know? to have that kind of thing happening inside an american city is just shocking. >> hannah anderson is a 16-year-old girl who lost her mother and brother. >> shocking too were all the headline grabbing abductions and manhunts. the fatal shootings in the u.s.
capital, in malls, schools and the d.c. navy yard. >> and i think all of these stories are united by one common principle which is we need to fix our mental health system. healthy happy people don't shoot up a school. healthy, happy people don't shoot up a navy yard. >> the story is what is happening in the woods in big bear. the cabin was said to be empty when christopher dornin went in. >> but the silver lining is when terrible tragedies like this happen, it unites us. >> worst bad run. oscar pistorius accused of gunning down his girlfriend. he says he is innocent but he is still awaiting his day in court. jodi arias. >> i can understand why that verdict was made from watching the coverage that i saw. >> for weeks, witnesses told captivating tales of her relationship with travis alexander who she was accused of killing. >> you know, it was real weird.
you can't help but notice the girl is a beautiful girl. >> the only thing i remember about the trial is her lawyer tried to get her off by putting glasses on her. your honor, i'm afraid i have glasses now. okay. we move for immediate dismissal. >> guilty. >> the jury couldn't see that. she was found guilty. >> my concern about this true crime stuff is that it tends to leave people with the impression that america is a much more dangerous place than it is. crime rates are going down. people forget that. >> best crowning achievement. the first appearance of kate and william's royal baby, prince george. >> how about that? nothing like a baby to like reinvigorate a family. what family needs that more than the royal family? >> worst unexpected arrival? the meteoroid that exploded over russia. >> omg! did you see that? that video was insane. terrifying!
>> holy crap. what? is nasa ready for this? >> best close call, the asteroid that in cosmic terms nearly collided with earth. >> sooner or later, it's got to happen, right? >> it's a big, big universe. part of me wants this to happen. >> it looks amazing in movies. i'd like to be able to see it but in a nondevastating way. >> this is in a direct path of where the tornado moved through. >> worst devastation. >> is anyone here? where you at? >> that came much closer to the ground from flooding, tornadoes, and many more natural disasters. >> in my opinion, mother nature's way of saying you better start paying attention or i'm going to continue to slap you around. >> lots of freak weather this year. i guess depending on which news channel you watch, it's either climate change or gay marriage. i got to go climate change here.
>> and before we go on to other subjects, best thing north korea did this year, taking dennis rodman off our hands for a while. >> north korea. capturing tourists and throwing missiles around. none of that is as crazy as bringing dennis rodman over there as the representative of american culture. >> and the worse thing? they sent him back. >> why, barack obama, are you afraid to talk to dennis rodman? ♪ why did you say i just walked away i will always want you ♪ ♪ i came in like a wrecking ball ♪ >> we also will be right back with miley's hot music. " breaking bad's" cool groove and a good kid gone bat when all the best, all the worst, 2013 continues.
♪ i came in like a wrecking ball ♪ >> i guess miley cyrus isn't hannah montana any more? >> i remember twerking taking off this year, sadly. >> she turned in her pg rating, smocking pot on stage. and a victoria outfit like miley's, she wouldn't have any secrets. >> well, as embarrassing and uncomfortable as it was to watch miley cyrus twerking, it was that much more embarrassing to have to explain to my mother what twerking was, which may or may or may not have included a demonstration. i'm not saying. >> but, hey, it worked. >> we're talking about it. i don't think people have stopped talking about her since. >> i like miley cyrus. i'm going to say it. i like miley cyrus. ha, ha, ha!
♪ i know you want it you're a good girl ♪ >> the music world gave us plenty to talk about, including robin thicke's "blurred lines" which sounded so much like an old marvin gaye hit. some called it a worst blurred line between a tribute and a rip-off. >> the blurred line as sampling and using something for inspiration it's tough. >> i think they may have borrowed the essence of what marvin gaye's music was about. >> i watched the video very carefully 60 or 70 times and after that hard work, i have come to the conclusion that the song is not very nice to women. ♪ i got my eyes on you >> no arguing that other artists broke ground some with newer sounds like drake. >> i truly believe that drake is the future of hip hop.
if you see the crowd that he attracts people from every walk of life. ♪ >> some with classic grooves like pearl jam. >> i really think it was one of their better albums in a long time, so that was exciting for me. ♪ >> and some that combined musical styles with great success like florida georgia line's "cruising." >> that song was really like a summer anthem cruise. it was a great song. i like the suitable for pop version with nelle. ♪ dancing through the fire >> right now my favorite song is katy perry "roar." it's constantly being played on my ipod. ♪ hear me roar
>> best video, anna kendrick's hit a remake from 1931. ♪ you're going to miss me when i'm gone ♪ >> worst video of the year, kim kardashian and kanye's "bound 2". although the best parody. ♪ everybody's like diamonds on your timepiece jet planes islands tigers on a gold leash ♪ >> best song, the crown goes to the 17-year-old phenom from new zealand, lorde who saw "royals" shoot up the chart this year. >> and it's actually that i, as an old person, like, which is great. it makes me feel very hip. ♪ hold on to me >> best run-away success, beyonce's album that rewrote the record books for sales. ♪ and the rockets red glare
the bombs bursting in air ♪ >> but that didn't keep her from also capturing the, "oh, say can you sing" award for lip-syncing the national anthem. the out of this world prize chris hatfield who covered david bowie's "space odyssey" in orbit. ♪ >> and the worst song of 2013, who cares if he was kidding. the fox bit. ♪ what the fox say ding ding ding ding ♪ what the fox say pop pop pop pop ♪ what the fox say >> the parody was so bad, it spawned other parody like "saturday night live". ♪ what does the girl say
♪ what does my girl say who dat who dat who dat. >> bad taste and animals running amuck were not confined to music in 2013. indeed as we turn our thoughts to television, those two came together to give us the worst idea for a thriller since "snakes on a plane." "sharknado" was a high flying hit for the sci-fi channel even if it was a low point. contrast that with what many fans thought was the best series on network tv, "scandal." >> kerry washington as olivia pope is scandal. oh, man, my number one show. >> there must be some unmet need on the part of a lot of people to have an affair with a president. i don't know why this show works, but it works. >> it's all about location,
location, location. >> worst trend. the overwhelming number of programs playing to that same audience. >> there are a million of them. these shows trying to make something of these amazing washington stories that you can't write, you can't script. reality is better than fiction when it comes to politics right now. >> politics aside. several shows continued to enjoy strong runs including "american idol," "dancing with the stars" and "the voice." worst idea on that front? the diving competition for "b" grade celebrities "splash." crime shows burned up the ratings in all sorts of forms. in reality tv, "duck dynasty" swam on. >> i like a man with low maintenance on his bones. >> let me tell you something.
you hit the jackpot. >> even if they ended up in hot water by year's end. >> this family is so incredible. such good people. >> "orange is the new black" made a colorful start. and comedies like "the big bang theory" laughed to the bank. >> i love "the min dee" project and "modern family" is a good family show. and we don't tend to have any of those so i like that one as well. >> worst way to get a laugh? "family guy" killing off brian, the dog. >> i think that sometimes change for the sake of change is just folly, my friends. brian is the only rational character on that show. i can relate to that. >> best return from the afterlife, that same character. "the walking dead" is a huge hit and plenty of other shows had successful finishes. >> i watch way too much tv but i love "breaking bad."
>> "game of thrones." >> spoiler alert. he becomes a lumberjack. i don't know what they were thinking. and finally, best commercial. we could have given it to van damme and his volvos or the camel. >> mike, mike, mike, what day is it, mike? >> wednesday! >> but at the last moment, joe boxer rushed in to claim the prize for k-mart with bells on. >> i can't with that. i can't with that. i can't talk about it. i blush like 18 times just thinking about each of those bells. >> when we return, we will be ringing in the new year with the best in law making. >> i would not like them here or there. i would not like them anywhere. >> and the worst in law breaking. >> have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors.
in terms of politics, last january, everyone was saying at least it can't get any worse. but now with winter bearing down again, well let's just say expectations are falling faster than the temperature. >> for your country! or do you want to take it down? >> stand up for your country or do you want to take it down! >> they will say it is the mean old republicans. do you want to!
>> they will say it is the mean old republicans. >> feel like i'm serving in the kindergarten. >> if you care about politics, this is got to be one of the crappiest years ever. no matter what team you are rooting for, at some point in politics, you just want to put your head on the desk and cry. >> barack obama's second presidential inauguration brought high hopes for some, but they were short lived. one by one, big issues like immigration, gun control and energy development were pushed aside. >> he set out a big agenda and has not accomplished much of it. and i know he would blame republicans for that. but, in some sense, he's got to take responsibility for not being able to lead the country or the congress toward the kind of solutions that he's asking for. >> this law is not ready for primetime. >> lost their minds. >> every single member of the republican conference in the
senate is prepared to appeal obamacare right now. >> i think it comes down to that >> i do not like green eggs and ham. >> i think it comes down to that classic debate of guns versus butter and it's really sad to say we will cut from education, medicare, social security. >> the worst budget blunder was the government shutdown. >> the democrats didn't want to shut down but once the ball is rolling it's too big and unwieldy thing to stop. >> hundreds of thousands of workers furloughed. many put out of work. >> why is the federal government spending money to keep veterans out of the memorial? >> the >> veterans were left to break in to the parks.
and at the national zoo, the panda cam went dark. >> watching the government barricade national monuments was a particular low point but on the other hand, there was more drinking. so it balanced out. >> there was a game of chicken played by both sides and at one point it is like these aren't chicken. these are turkeys. no judgment. >> boy, this has been a year. >> politics is a game that is more of an arm wrestle. see who can win. and when you win, you pat yourself on the chest and the real politicians that are actually doing something to help, i think, are far and few between, personally. >> oddly enough, they didn't help themselves much either. worst case of tripping over your own feet, the white house's unveiling of the calamitous website, healthcare.gov. >> i guess it was very funny to me that, you know, the republicans spent all of this
money to sabotage obamacare not knowing that the democrats were busy doing that. >> it's all on me. >> it took the country away from parts of the reform that remain popular. keep young adults on their parents coverage and no denial from preexisting conditions. >> we spent all of our time in this town arguing about the 15% of stuff that we'll never agree on and ignore the 85% of the stuff we already agree on. it's nuts. the turmoil over benghazi and the nsa spying scandal did not help restore any confidence either. best and worst whistle blower, edward snowden. the federal contractor who went on the lamb and spilled embarrassing secrets about whom the government is keeping tabs on. some call him a traitor and some a patriot. >> well, the first rule of spy club is don't get caught and the idea that the united states is spying on the personal phone and e-mail records of world leaders, including allies, i think was a lot for people to take.
>> it all added up to the worst case of plummeting polls. congress watched its already terrible approval rating go into the basement. >> we proved between 2008 and 2012 that you can't win by just making the other guy look bad. we still have to offer alternatives. >> and public faith in president obama also sank to new lows, pretty much on par with the man he replaced and despite late-year cooperation, the fighting generally went on. >> i think in terms of entering an era of goodwill and bipartisan, we put the car in reverse and slammed on the gas. >> people, i think, are frustrated with how things are going in d.c. you feel it. people just shake their heads like what is going on? >> still, you had to go outside of washington for the best political scandals of the year and they belong to the mayors. >> the behavior i have engaged in over many years is wrong.
>> san diego's bob filner had to give up his seat amid allegations he was grabbing at those of others. in new york, one time sexting congressman, anthony weiner. >> now, sadly, we did not win this time. >> lost a bid for the mayor's office. couldn't put his finger on the reason. >> i think entertaining is the best word, but i wish him all the best in his endeavors. >> but the worst mayor on the continent? give it up for toronto's rob ford. >> these allegations are ridiculous. >> he denied smoking crack. >> i do not use crack contradict. >> then admitted it. >> yes, i have smoked crack/cocaine. >> just a little bit of crack. >> then he ran around like a lost moose in a mall. >> i look at him as i look at most things canadian and just think you're adorable. you know? it sounds bad but even canada
doesn't take canada seriously. oh! >> s.e. cupp, i'm going to smack you. and to have this kind of scandal going on when i'm canadian in a group of a bunch of americans. you know they're going to give me the business about it. i tell them i'm from the west coast of canada. that is an important distinction to make. >> coming up, we'll turn our attention to the most distinctive movies of the year. and those that were just stinkers. we'll also look at a very long ball. >> and going to hold on and win -- hold on one second -- >> very close call. and that's not all as all the best, all the worst continues.
i'm talking to you. >> "catching fire," the latest course in "the hunger games." >> i'm sorry. i didn't know what to do. >> what were you thinking? >> burned up the box office as the year wound down. >> you will have enough gold to rebuild ten times over! >> "the hobbit" saga once again warmed theaters.
and "american hustle" also brought the heat, but all of that could not stop the worst trend in hollywood -- >> no, no, get off me! >> remaking classics like "carrie" and "the great gatsby." >> i saw that. terrible. >> although a lot of fans don't seem to mind. >> i loved it. >> i saw it on a flight to london. i saw it on the way there and on the way back because i loved it so much. >> next stop, fruitvale station. >> my favorite movie of 2013 was "fruitvale station." >> get off the train now! >> there were plenty of sequels and returns of favorite characters. "ironman 3" showed his mettle. >> the great ones always return. >> we haven't seen you awhile, america.
you haven't changed a bit. >> the anchorman kept it classy. and the man of steel came out of the phone booth once again. >> i was very disappointed with superman. >> can't i just keep pretending i'm your son? >> he is constantly agonizing i never met my real daddy and can't be on the track team. get your head out of your butt, superman. >> space movies blasted off all year. >> i'm a huge "star trek" fan. i loved the new "star trek" movie that came out. >> no! >> "enders game" also came to play. and even sandra bullock took flight. >> the movie "gravity" showed us what not to do in space. what i never hope happens to me in space. >> it's completely frozen. >> cold, cold, cold! >> it was a big year for animation with "frozen." "planes," "monsters university."
>> guess who is back? >> gru's back in the game. >> and "despicable me 2." >> i am a big fan of animation. and it's crazy, because i don't have children. >> i am angry! you are angry! >> best and most timely biopic, mandela. >> until the day i was deceived. >> best message movie it was "12 years a slave." >> it's a lot of white guilt for a friday night. so i'm working my way up to that. >> worst movie that still made good money. "now you see me." >> look into my eyes and sleep. >> so bad that morgan freeman who is in it, fell asleep during a promotional interview! >> yeah, that was terrible, too. no, no. terrible. i was excited for that one. it was bad.
yeah, it was really bad. >> worst movie almost everyone saw "oz the great and powerful" and the best movie almost no one saw. >> you never said your name. >> "mud." >> "mud." we didn't see a lot of sports movies this year which is kind of strange because sports almost always gives us some of the most dramatic moments in the year and 2013 was no exception. in baseball's world series, the red sox crushed the cardinals, even if it did involve the worst fashion choice. >> the facial hair like a team full of barn storming hobos. >> in basketball's championship, the heat scorched the spurs although the biggest news came
from a washington wizard. >> jason collins coming out of the closet, that was monumental. i think he will open the door for a lot of people who are homosexual. >> in hockey, the blackhawks froze out the bruins to take the stanley cup. and in football, the ravens edged the 49ers to win the super bowl despite a nerve wracking power failure. it could have been a sign the nfl was heading into one of the worst seasons ever. >> a lot of bad news. >> the league was haunted with accusations of real crimes, real abuse and real head injuries. >> i don't know what it is, but it seems like there is a concussion every game you watch. >> the nfl reached a $765 million settlement with players. but it could cost the game even more. participation in youth football appears to be plummeting. >> i think this is the year that 80% of moms in the quiet of their own heart, without telling their husbands or partners, said my kid is not playing football. >> the best return of an old favorite, the new york marathon
was washed out in 2012 by superstorm sandy but came back with a record 50,000 plus finishers. >> for the marathon, it was a big deal. for me, it was why is my street closed? >> marathons are inspiring to me. the fact that someone could get up one day and run 26 miles like to me that's like throwing a magic hammer at aliens. >> 115,000 spectators. >> best new sport -- downhill ice cross or full contact skating or whatever you call this insanity from red bull. worst way to lose a close basketball game with an even closer last second impossible shot. >> hold on to win. my goodness! are they going to count that? >> take your pick. they are all over the internet. best way to get to the corner office in reno in record time. tag along with this wing suit
flier. worst way to wreck a racket. give it to serena williams right before she double faults to lose a big match. ♪ >> best way to get in the game? the dance-off between an usher and a young fan at a pistons game. and worst guy to go to the boards with magnus carlsen, 22 years old, the world's newest chess champ. check him out. hello, ladies! >> in a moment, we'll check out the latest high-tech and internet trends, plus the kid who cleaned up the city, the woman who pranced across the country. and this guy. >> hey mom. look what i'm doing in college. >> excuse me, man in the muscle shirt. did you get any muscles with that shirt? >> i don't care, mel. i don't care, mel.
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entrepreneurs and internet mowingals, it was full-speed ahead. best breakthrough of the year and it's a high-end one, tesla motors. their stock has been up and down but after years of talk about electric cars, everyone is watching tesla go, go, go. >> i think we hit a tipping point on electric cars. i think 20 years, you will back and say this will be the year that the tesla took off. >> worst breaking point, blackberry, the president still uses one. but the company took a beating. >> i have been a blackberry loyalist for the past six years. i was so loyal i was like, okay, i'm like a captain. i'm going down with the ship. i will be buried with this thing. but it just got too difficult. so i caved and i got this very handsome -- again, it's an iphone.
>> worst mixed reviews. the iphone 5s and 5c not bad but that is fair praise indeed. >> hemlock holmes. go ahead, tracy. >> samsung's brand new galaxy gear. the worst result of all of this, hey. we're even more connected. >> trust me, i know it makes life -- it benefits life in ways but it is affecting human beings in a negative way as well. >> best technology battle, the competition between tablet makers to drive features up and push prices down, all while helping people read more. >> it was hard to make the transition to ereaders, but now i did and it is so convenient. it's so nice to have multiple books in one device. the war between playstation 4 and x-box 1 for the gaming
crowd. >> on the interweb, i became a fan of pinterest. >> the best app to pass the 100 million active users mark. instagram. >> someone thinks wouldn't it be cool to take that photo you took look old timey and that's a billion dollar idea. it's amazing. i love it. >> worst trend connected to it, people posting endless pictures of their food. >> it's funny. the dining room is like the red carpet, the paparazzi at the red carpet. i tell people, enjoy your food, please. you know what i mean? >> best invention with no purpose, the robotic cubes out came tumbling out of m.i.t. came tumbling out of m.i. they move and bounce and assemble themselves into all kinds of shapes. and worst invention with a purpose, shreddies. don't ask. best discovery, an ancient lost lake on mars.
it might have supported life. worst place to get a tan. in july, antarctic dipped to 135 degrees below zero fahrenheit. and give this one to nick self. >> if you want to play theme music during your speech like a bad ass! we are at georgia tech! we can do that! i am doing that! >> on the internet, technicality, practicality, and goofiness ran rampant. sweet brown. >> ain't nobody got time for that. >> she rose to fame as a witness to a fire in 2012 but sued over an autotuned video of herself. worst trend? all the harlem shakes.
>> yes, that i liked. i liked very much. in particular, the one that the miami heat did. i thought it was great. >> best exercise plan. whether or not it works. joanna rohrbach's prancerizing. >> let's stop talking and do some walking. >> i am -- i'm going to stand on the side of anti-prancercizing. but let your freak flag fly. you do you and i do me. >> best use of vine videos. logan paul. raising the goofy college character to an all-time high, six characters at a time. >> let's go. wrestle. come on, give me some! >> worst case of artistic inflation. a painting that sold for $142.4 million. best artwork on an ipad, kyle lambert's absolutely mind blowing rendererings.
no, that is not a photo. worst flight plan, the stunt flier who buzzed a photographer and wound up online. and got an faa investigation for his efforts. best commute, ed drove from new york to los angeles in 28 hours, 50 minutes. that's a record. worst commute. a roomba. that's not a record, but it's really fun to watch. ♪ worst bad habit we need to break, even if it gave us the worst of the year. selfie. >> everyone wants to think they look like they do in a mirror. and selfies teach you no, others see you with many more chins that that. >> best judge, the won who gave a woman 30 days after she flipped him off in court. >> 30 days in the county jail. worst would be criminal, the guy who tried to break into this store and tried to run and, oh,
well. >> i love dumb criminal stories. i love dumb criminals. keep at it dumb criminals! i can't wait to see more! >> and best crime fighter, 5-year-old miles scott in remission from leukemia, the make-a-wish foundation helped him enjoy a day as bat kid in the streets of san francisco while the city played along. >> he really cleaned up the city. i would vote for bat kid, frankly. >> that was amazing. loved see an entire city come together just to make one kid's day. that was great. loved that kid. >> when you consider all that has happened, what would you change going forward? in a moment, our panelists will give us their wishes for all the best, all the worst in the year to come. stick around. so you can see like right here i can just... you know, check my policy here, add a car, ah speak to customer service, check on a claim...you know,
our tour through 2013 is just about done. so let's wrap up, as we always do, by asking our panelists what they wish for the year to come. >> my wish in america for 2014 is that americans become less preoccupied with gossip and gossip loses its value and doesn't matter as much to us. >> what we do has a huge influence around the world
globally. and i think we need to understand that. >> on the trivial side is that my big hope, celo notwithstanding, guy liner doesn't become popular. i don't understand the appeal of eyeliner on guys. >> i hope to be a part of making change. >> my wish for 2014? that rob ford gets u.s. citizenship. right? am i right? who doesn't want to see more rob ford? >> i just wish that people would look up from their screens and actually enjoy the world and engage with each other and help each other and be kind to each other. >> america, what i wish for you for 2014 is that we can all link hands and take a big collective cleansing breath and just take a moment to remember who we are. >> and with that, we are done. i'm tom foreman.